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Defined as the taking of humankind, rather than of either God or animals, as the most important element of existence, anthropocentrism has been buttressed by religious concepts, such as those of imago dei and incarnation. There are, however, an increasing number of theologians who question anthropocentrism on moral and theological grounds. ⸙

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